Polar Ice Caps News
Trump's global warming tweet is a 'troll job,' not based in science, experts say
While President Donald Trump enjoys what the White House staff is calling a working holiday in West Palm Beach, he took a break to weigh in on the bitter cold gripping large swaths of the U.S. On Tuesday night, Trump posted a tweet referencing the cold snap in the Northeast. “In the East, it could
How Obama Plans to Make Global Warming Personal
Which concerns you more: that polar ice caps are melting or that your kid suffers from asthma? President Obama is well aware your answer is the latter. The truth is, you should care about both. That's because they're related. Climate change has contributed to everything from rising rates of asthma
Coast Guard Chief: Age of Fleet 'Putting Our Crews at Risk'
ABC's Lisa Stark reports: Within an hour of the earthquake that devastated Haiti a month ago, the US Coast Guard had three cutters on the way to help. But even as Coast Guard personnel evacuated Americans and the wounded, delivered...
George Stephanopoulos Named 'Good Morning America' Anchor
George Stephanopoulos has been named the new anchor of "Good Morning America," ABC News President David Westin announced today. "I'm pleased to announce that beginning Monday Dec. 14, our new anchor team at 'Good Morning America' will be in place and on the air," Westin said in an e-mail to the ABC
Excerpt: 'The Link: Uncovering Our Earliest Ancestor'
Colin Tudge's New Book Tells Story Details Discovery of the Most Complete Primate Fossil
If Spam Equals Tons of CO2 What's the Carbon Footprint of Cyber Porn?
Why stop at spam when it comes to estimating our digital carbon footprint. I propose researchers go further.
Gore Pushes for Climate Change Commitment
It's Icy in Washington, but the Nobel Prize-Winner and Former Vice President Has the Dangers of Global Warming on His Mind
Celebrities Say 'Don't Vote'
Jennifer Aniston, Leonardo DiCaprio and others appear in sarcastic voting ad.
In the Indian Himalayas, You Can Hear Climate Change Before You Can See It
In the Indian Himalayas, you can literally hear the glaciers melting. The river that rushes through the Lahaul-Spiti Valley is fed almost entirely by melt from the surrounding glaciers. The sound of the river's rapids has never been this loud. The level of the water has never been this high. In
Stalemate in Montana
A look at the struggle between ranchers and conservationists protecting bison.